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  • Back to School Safety

    Back to school season is here, and that means sharing the roads with buses and pedestrians. The Tyndall Air Force Base safety office wants to inform drivers on the importance of safe driving on base and around schools.

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Dr. Love gets fit for his mask at the 134th Air Refueling Wing Aircrew Flight Equipment shop and urges Airmen, no matter what the job, to check their gear before each use.
Do you have what it takes to "be" Dr. Love? Dr. Love's "Risk Management in 45 Seconds or Less" videos are wildly popular with Airmen around the globe. Now we are giving you the chance to see if you can outdo his safety prowess in front of the camera. Make your own risk management video on the safety topic of your choice (59 seconds or less) and submit it for the Safe + Sound Campaign. The Airman with the winning video gets a STARRING ROLE in a future Dr. Love risk management video! For more information contact us at SEGT.AFSC@us.af.mil "VIDEO SUBMISSION TIME IS EXTENDED TO 30 JULY."
Congratulations Lt. Col. Daniel Finnegan, Vermont Air National Guard for being recognized with the 61st Koren Kolligian Jr. Trophy. Read all about his achievement.
Maj. Gen. John Rauch, Air Force chief of safety discusses who we are and how we do business in Air Mobility Command's 2018 summer edition of The Mobility Forum. Go to http://www.themobilityforum.net to read more.
Check out this great initiative to promote hazard reporting by embedding the Airman Safety App within a host wing app.
Enjoy fireworks safely this fourth of July. Whether lighting a few sparklers or something more elaborate, even seemingly harmless fireworks can end in a trip to the emergency room, so Dr. Love recommends mitigating that risk by attending a sponsored Fireworks show this year.
This Father's Day, Dr. Love suggests giving dear old dad the gift of safety gear or just give him that big screen television he wants instead.
Dr. Love wants all Airmen and their families, when riding in a vehicle, be sure to secure themselves and their gear. If a rollover were to occur, anyone or thing could become flying projectiles.
Dr. Love urges Airmen to do their part and know the dangers associated with machinery before they use it. Embrace the safety protections and procedures designed specifically for each machine.
As we start the summer travel season make sure sound decision-making is a part of every activity. Check your vehicle, get an appropriate amount of rest, slow down, and prepare for the unexpected where ever your plans take you. #SafetyFirst this #MemorialDay weekend!
Join the Air Force Safety Center and Dr. Love in celebrating our Airmen on their safety and risk management success… https://t.co/k0OmfwCb6I
We wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year! #AFSafety https://t.co/WQT8PuxkSo
Bridging the gaps in safety with international partners. #AFSafety hosted @AFSOUTH foreign liaison officer tour at… https://t.co/qNFquJI0NZ
RT @AirmanMagazine: Your @usairforce news: ✅ @SecAFOfficial discusses the need for the Space Force ✅ The @usairforce is working to fix pr…
Dr. Love explains the importance of reporting on duty mishaps. When reporting a mishap as soon as it happens, it ca… https://t.co/HfOnQtLR7s
Dr. Love enjoys the firing range during the holidays but he stresses the importance of storing your firearms in a l… https://t.co/PHBDyockta
In a deployed environment or at home station, #AFSafety is there to safeguard Airmen, protect resources, and preser… https://t.co/TMYTdX0inz
As the winter weather moves in, don't put yourself at risk for Seasonal Affective Disorder. Combat the winter blues… https://t.co/qndLt3gseE
Here is the episode of #GenerationSpace we’ve been waiting for! Check it out! #AFSafety https://t.co/q6RTvCTfvA
@AFSpace We are excited to hear our very own Maj. Moomey speak with Air Force Space Command on the Generation Space… https://t.co/b9FFq0LQQ8